On the new “Inspiration Show” of the Photofocus podcast Scott and Marco will discuss the art, history and motivation in photography that often gets lost in today’s media rich world. Slow down, look closer and put more intent into photography to increase you creativity and final results. And simply spread the pure love of photography.
On this episode Scott and Marco discuss these topics:
- Get to know a great photographer. This month we introduce you to the work of one of the most influential American photographers in the 20th century: Paul Strand (1890-1976)
- Living with limitations in photography.
- The importance of images to our culture and our history.
- Motivation in street photography.
- How can a photo have feelings and evoke emotions?
- The Kodak “Keep me, Protect Me, Share Me and I will live forever!” video.
- Photobook of the month: Magnum Contact Sheets (524 pages) by Kristen Lubben published by Thames & Hudson.
Marco is curating a weekly street photo of the day for the Photofocus.com website. If you want to have a chance that your photo gets picked, just add you best street photos to the Photofocus Flickr group here: https://www.flickr.com/groups/photofocus/
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